I am new to this site and wondering if any one else has had this problem. I recently started a new position for the company I work for and was sent to Baltimore for a class. After a very stressful 10 hour day, 7 hour flight because of weather delays(should have only been 4 hours), 1 hour trying to straighten out lost luggage and two hours to get to the motel after getting lost. I have been so exhausted and feeling so sick that I didn't think I would be able to make it to class and my nerves where so shot that the first day I was here I had to get a ride to and from the class because I didn't think I could handle driving. Last night was the first night since being here that I have slept more than two hours and today was the first day that I haven't felt like I was trembling the whole time. Traveling is one of the few things I have left that I can enjoy but the fatigue I experienced this time has me wondering how much longer i have before giving that up also. I just am wondering if any one else has experienced this when traveling and how I can better handle this in the future.
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